Last year, Emika released her ‘Falling In Love With Sadness’ LP.
Now, almost a year to the day of its initial release, Emika has invited several artists to remix tracks from the album. Featuring contributions from DJ Mag Best Of British winner Rebekah, recent On Cue selector Pinch, Julia Govor and Headless Horseman, each producer reimagines album cuts with their own distinct flair.
Amsterdam-based techno promoter Intercell will be taking over the city's relatively intimate H7 Warehouse for four nights this October to mark this year's Amsterdam Dance Event, and they've locked in some of the biggest names in techno to join them.
Last year, Irish techno and electro stalwarts Sunil Sharpe and DeFeKT teamed up once again as Tinfoil to release their debut LP, ‘On A Roll’.
Released in March 2018 via their own Tinfoil label, we premiered the relentless electro cut ‘Friendly Safe Fumes’ at the time and it’s still getting regular speaker time along with the rest of the album in DJ Mag HQ.
Belfast's AVA Festival has confirmed its first set of names for what will be its fifth edition.
Featured amongst the first announcement, which takes in more than 60 acts, are DJ Mag UK cover star Rebekah, Ben UFO, Mall Grab, Avalon Emerson, Blawan, Palms Trax, Motor City Drum Ensemble, Call Super, The Black Madonna, Honey Dijon, Len Faki, Daniel Avery and Courtesy.
It’s 1997 and a 17 year old Rebekah Teasdale is just finishing work at a French restaurant in the centre of Birmingham. With 30-odd pounds worth of tips in her bag as she steps out into the cool night air, she fixates on the crowd of people waiting to get into the nearby Que Club. Towering above her in its home of an ornate former Methodist church, she’s passed it night after night, fascinated since she started DJing a year ago.
Camelphat have been added to the line-up for DJ Mag’s Best of British Awards party. The tech house duo will be playing B2B with some very special surprise guests.
The party is taking place at Egg LDN on 13th December and features a stacked bill of names including Rebekah, Eats Everything, Jamz Supernova, Dead Man’s Chest, Breakwave, James Zabiela and more.
Rebekah, James Zabiela, Dead Man’s Chest and Mantra are all locked for DJ Mag’s Best of British Awards party next month.
They join the impressive list of names already announced, with Eats Everything, former-Cheeky Bubbler Breakwave, Ellie Cocks, one of our Fresh Kicks interviewees, Jamz Supernova, and Mason Maynard previously confirmed.
Rebekah has teamed up with Serbian producer Lag for a split EP on her Elements label. Set for release on 19th October, the EP sees both artists serving up an original cut as well as taking turns to remix the another’s work.
Lag’s ‘Rutra’ opens proceedings with a deep, bassy and off-kilter atmosphere while Rebekah’s remix flips the original mix on its head, turning it into fuming, relentless techno weapon.